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Started by Xepher, September 11, 2005, 12:47:47 AM
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QuoteYeah, but it's gotta be sourced from one person... whom should burn and suffer in a firey pit of damnation and fury.... or simple be thrown in prison for LIFE.Honestly though, hackers... WHY? Why put your skills to such poor use like breaking into systems? Wouldn't it make more sense to develop something really clever that could actually be used and make millions?? No.. people are far too stupid to think about that aspect, they'd rather make others lives miserable for no reason at all.
Quote from: trekkie1701cHey, Xepher, I just had an idea for preventing someone who's managed to hack the site from doing much damage - is there anything you could write that would prevent a user from changing a large amount of files within a short period of time (giving them an error if they try to edit more files than one would normally be able to edit in a short period of time - like 20 files in a minute, or something). It's just an idea, and I'm sure there's probably some reason why you can't do it (I'm not very familiar with everything that Linux/Unix can do, nor am I familiar with servers in general), just figured I should at least suggest it.
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